Nirvana at Paris, France, Canal+ Studios (Nulle Part Ailleurs), 1994 (by TheNirvanaConcerts)
Pat, Krist, Dave and J Mascis
"Loyalty" | Johnny Azari | Road-Dog’s Teeth (by thetropicofentropy)
The Flaming Side of the Rainbow (HD) (by Garet McKinley)
Stevie Nicks & Lindsey Buckingham
On this day, April 1st, in 1958: D. Boon was born in San Pedro, CA.
Today’s soundtrack: DOUBLE NICKELS ON THE DIME, especially “This Ain’t No Picnic”
Today’s screening: WE JAM ECONO
Today’s quote: “Our band could be your life.”
Today’s snack on a stick: corndogs
Today’s ill-advised tattoo: http://tinyurl.com/86b3xmo
The Threads - Worst in Me (by TheThreads Nyc)
Teenage Fanclub- December (by joevideo65)
I’m 27 years old. In approximately a month, if I make it there, I will turn 28 and for the rest of my life I will be older than Kurt Cobain. Kurt, Jimi, Janis, Brian and my childhood idol, Jim Morrison, will remain 27 forever along with Robert Johnson, D. Boon, Basquiat, Amy Winehouse and the young man that The Grateful Dead and their ilk kindly referred to as “Pig Pen.” All those people are now paintings on the wall in the annals of history, to be remembered the way were when they died, forever at their peak, young, dirty and sexy. Jim Morrison will live forever as the beautiful psuedo intellectual white shaman, not as a bizarre and controversial Twitter feed. Yes, their death will be considered tragic until the end of time, they will be both cautionary tales of addiction or circumstance while all the while symbolic of youth brilliance. VH1 will continue to describe the “deadly biological clock” of the lifestyle that led to the demise of these great icons.